Jennifer Thompson's brilliant solution for invisible lacing inside the bodice without rings or holes!
Types of seams and hems present among the textiles from the settlements, Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries
Norse style tunic. "Archaeological Sewing" website. The edges are first finished with a single fold and a whip stitch. Then the individual pieces are whip stitched together
Edge tape and eyelet detail
Gertie's New Blog for Better Sewing: Gussets on Parade! The Finished Wiggle Dress
Basic Viking hat design, no embroidery work
Tutorial: How to do a rolled hem by hand on sheer fabrics - chiffon, handkerchief linen, etc.
A straight-front seam fitting method for a bust-supportive dress
16th century German dress - 126
Blog article about viking underdress - she has some great incites and ideas about different patterns and styles. This is a closeup of the Eura dress she made. Site is in Polish so use google translate - Trollkona (awesome blog!)